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11th November 2016, 5:42 at 5:42 am #33215026th October 2016, 11:21 at 11:21 am #331324
Wow! I never saw this one coming in 2016 at least. I knew with the reasons mentioned above, it was inevitable having already trimmed their entries from three cars to two at Le Mans for both Audi and Porsche but their exit in 2016 itself is truly a bombshell.
This will create too many LMP1 drivers with only two teams. I really enjoyed three manufacturers in WEC but we are back to two again and honestly, it won’t be the same without Audi.5th November 2015, 18:38 at 6:38 pm #308553
Tell me how it is significantly different fundamentally….and I use the word, ‘fundamentally’?
Marc possibly slowed to hinder Rossi, raced hard but fair while Rossi (which we don’t know whether he slowed or not) was racing hard and at multiple times got physical.
It’s easy to lay the blame on Marquez’s door as there is general hatred towards him. In my observation, anybody who give Valentino Rossi a har time is the public enemy no. 1. Biaggi faced it, Stoner faced it, Lorenzo faced it and now it’s Marquez.4th November 2015, 19:20 at 7:20 pm #308515
Also, this article is an interesting read4th November 2015, 19:18 at 7:18 pm #308513
I think this is very interesting. If Rossi is criticizing Marc for getting in the way of the title fight between him and Lorenzo, then this proves that Rossi did the same 5 years back.
In 2010 Japanese GP, Lorenzo was on course for the title but Rossi, who was not in contention just raced very hard with Lorenzo just trying to prove his point.
Fast forward to 2015 and Marc did nothing different.18th May 2015, 6:55 at 6:55 am #298454
@keithcollantine I see why you did it but it’s funny to what extent you’ve to go to stop some daft critics :D25th April 2015, 7:41 at 7:41 am #297366
How can we all forget this?!25th April 2015, 6:33 at 6:33 am #297365
Personally, I like it. We got one of The Images of the 2015 Bahrain GP with Nico and Seb fighting and Lewis coming out of the pits.
I know there are quite a few people complaining about artificial methds to create sparks but I just ignore them as I believe that some people are meant to complain, always!22nd April 2015, 6:22 at 6:22 am #297308
Well many are and would be of the opinion that Donnigton 1993 was the greatest lap ever. In my opinion, people under-estimate the first lap of Fernando Alonso in Hungary 2006 on one of the most difficult tracks to overtake on. His drive was spectacular. It was in my opinion, not only the greatest opening lap ever but the greatest drives of all time, even better than Donnigton 1993.
So, that’s the one!9th February 2015, 3:58 at 3:58 am #29191426th December 2014, 8:35 at 8:35 am #289563
Well off season provides me with an opportunity to catch up on some of the series that usually i miss out during the season. I watched F3, GP3 and also rewind on WEC and Formula 1 DVDs. Waiting for my 2014 blu ray though.11th December 2014, 21:59 at 9:59 pm #28897129th November 2014, 15:51 at 3:51 pm #287656
I dunno how is he allowed when it was decided by RBR that he cannot test until his RBR contract expires.29th April 2014, 10:28 at 10:28 am #258449
Well I live in India and naturally don’t have such luxuries of having such coverage in India. Hence, I’ve to adopt to illegal ways of catching up, whether it is MotoGP and FR 3.5 on BT or WEC on Motors TV or F1 on Sky.
Senna Week is a good concept by SkySports F1 and they have packed in the programs fairly well.
The Last Team Mate:
Was good in my opinion. It was interesting to know Damon’s side of the story as well as David’s (not a lot unfortunately) and they gave it a better touch by visiting Imola and walking on the track and even discuss Ruben’s accident. The coverage of the whole San Marino ’94 weekend was pretty good. You can almost feel the heaviness around that track and it immersed me into it. For a while, I couldn’t stop thinking about Senna.
Frankly, for me it was a let down. I’d lots of expectations from that. A few points that I didn’t like,
1. Simon Lazenby as a host was a strict no-no. It was evident that he really hasn’t followed the sport much and seemed to have studied Senna for this show. Also the way he kept on jumping from one Senna story to another without a proper rhythm wasn’t pleasing. It was as if like in the end, the viewer could hardly connect to dots from that one hour show.
2. With some well renowned guests, I was expecting some more interesting stories to come out of the discussion in regards to Senna – Prost or Senna – Balestre and other great and some controversial moments. Instead the show was largely dominated by their opinions on Senna which didn’t really make it that interesting. I almost disconnected myself mentally after about 25 mins. Partly I can blame the host for not setting up a rhythm nor asking interesting questions but it turned disappointing for me.
Now, I am definitely looking forward to Ted’s Notebook tonight and Ron Dennis on Senna as I feel that both these men will have a lot more interesting things to talk about.
Roland’s Special and the F1 Show – Senna Special, I really don’t have much of an expectation as generally The F1 Show is more of decorations and less on content.23rd April 2014, 10:29 at 10:29 am #257978
Nice but Valtteri seemed in a hurry. I like the concept but sometimes Rosanna just sticks the mic into the driver’s face and a bit pushy. Mark Webber seemed soooo disinterested.
Actually, you must watch Sutil’s artwork. Detailed and very well made.